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fin de la crisis inmobiliaria >>que tal les fue a los republicanos después de su convencion? >>en iowa un colorido espectaculo terminó en tragedia, vamos con la informacion. >>buenas noches y bienvenidos a noticias univisión se diced que después de la tempestad viene la calma, cuando se trata de un huracán los embates continúan tras su paso, es lo que ocurre en mississippi lousiana y nueva orleans >>miles no pueden aún retomar sus vidas >>esta noche nueva orleans ha resucitado, a pesar de que miles tratan de empezar de nuevo aquí dicen que la pesadilla hay que ponerla de lado y continuar >>el calor se juntó durante el dia con la desesperacion, tras largas filas por agua y comida entregan lo que se ha convertido en la famosa caja militar, porque todos la reciben, pocos saben qué contienen >>traen seis comidas, postre, galletas >>en blaggimin, la agencia fema comienza a dar la ayuda. >>ha estado muy difícil, toda la comida se nos está echando a perder, no hay gasolina para movernos >>los indocumentados reciben ayuda de fema >>si, por medio de algún miembro de la familia que t
started out in the 40s. it was chilly start from napa to santa rosa. still fog around the airport. look what happens around by noontime, warming up from the low to mid-60s in the bay. 12-10 degrees of warming from our coast to inland valleys. we're not done yet. warmest day of the week will be the holiday tomorrow. details coming up. >> terry: breaking news in san francisco, the chp is investigating the cause of a crash at highway 101 that sent a car over the railing onto the street below. video of the scene just in. it happened at the split. two cars collided sending one car flying on to vermont street. this is near 16th. the driver was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. >> san francisco police investigating a fatal motorcycle crash in golden gate park last night. the man in his 30s crashed into a light pole near kezar drive and martin luther king drive. the victim's name has not been released. >> this morning we have news of a special prayer vigil for a critically injured firefighter. it will be held at san jose regional medical center at 4:00 this afternoon. this is i
will be given one of. temperatures right now are in the mid '50s. by noon the a lot of 70's and 80's. that is indicated by the large syria the up in highs will be tuesday. into the evening things will gradually cold temperatures dropping into the '60s and '70s in the south bay, a lot of sunshine gifts as for oakland, mid-70s. tomorrow we will have a gradual cooling trend kicking in. check out comcast channel 193 furnace and whether any ties gifts for >>ysabel: those for this house from this air show off, for a pilot was unable to come up out of a 45 degree turn and crashed in a field in iowa. the crash happened during the airshow in davenport. emergency vehicles raced to the scene. he did not have enough time to eject from the aircraft. >> we saw two of them still away like they were born to do another maneuver furious i was in silly in tears because i knew of that he did not survive >> of the series did here is very emotional defenses i jumped up and start running his direction. >> the air show resumed an hour after the crash and tax were played in the pilates honor. fox >>marty
are in the '60s and '70s. the fog has really kept things cool. a different story for tomorrow. a live at the golden gate, we have a fall. across the span, traffic is pretty slow coming in to the toll plaza. foggy conditions for debate tonight. for tomorrow, the fog is forecast to clear away more quickly. the sea breeze and fog is making for cool temperatures. at the coast, it looks like a better date. we will see more sunshine as we get into the afternoon. the temperatures in the '60s and '70s. half moon bay and its effect, it will build warmer and a sunnier into the afternoon. temperatures in the low-mid-60s. by 3:00 p.m. tomorrow, we will see warmer readings, especially inland. notice the covers in the state. concord and a livermore, war generated kidding upper 80s and low 90s. ladies in the south bay. 70's and a few low 80s bayside. san francisco, close to 70 degrees. going into labor day, monday, the same story. we have to nice days coming up for tomorrow and monday. temperatures, sunday afternoon, upper 70's and low-and '80s. one of the warmest places inland, look for upper 80s i
estados claves. >> sí, hay una población importante, junto con el intento de atraer más mujeres a la carpa demócrata. >> un domingo de compras en un supermercado hace que pueda invitar a otros para votar. >> la plataforma está podiendo una regularización y reforma y la de los republicanos es auto deportación. >> un desayuno de domingo le permitió a carla teodoro inscribirse. >> en el poblado de lancaster está alejado desde acá y no había podido ir para allá. >> y su familia dice, no hay un consenso para noviembre. >> quieren ayudar a los latinos, llega el momento y no dan el voto. >> pueden crear leyes que nos perjudiquen. >> en el 2008 solo 14 mil votos de diferencia le lograron dar la diferencia al presidente barack obama por eso esto es importante, conseguir que 100 mil hispanos sean inscritos. >> tras el azote de isaac hay una comunidad que sufren, muchos indocumentados e inmigrantes, vamos a nueva orleáns. >> acá estamos presentes. >> acá en la emisoria, los inmigrantes e indocumentados no paran de llamar. >> recibes todo tipo de llamadas, lastimosamente nuestra com
. it is gorgeous out there. put on the sun block. we will have sunshine. it will be in the upper 70s. for the second half of the day. waking up with patchy dense fog. we have a live look there at the he sunshine above the low clout deck and many of us waking up with sunshine this morning in which case we did not yesterday. san jose, and the inward areas. and if you are waking up with sunshine, chances are you are several degrees cooler than where we were yesterday morning at this hour. you can see the satellite giving awe view of the mostly clear skies. as we progress through today. you will notice the warm up in the neighborhood. five to 10 degrees expected by the second half. calm conditions around oakland and santa rosa santa rosa and the on shore breeze is clipped quite a bit. a lot of changes going on this morning. temperatures in the low 50s as well as napa. and into concourt, mid 50s and south bay. upper 40s in some cases along the peninsula. and a chilly start right along the coast. we will have the current temperatures coming up in a little bit. ridge of high pressure is bui
s, oakland mid-70s. low 80s in san jose. cahow >>vicki: here is olecranon prices around the bay for gas. analysts say prices are expected to ease up after labor day. and dumbarton bridge remained completely set down as holiday weekend. >> a small army of construction workers began the work of the retrofit project. based warmed over the meeting of two sections of the bridge of and we still pleading. >> last night was the demolition of a lot of concrete fell in preparation for the installation of the knee joint. >> by dawn they had cleared the section and ready to install the new steel hard work. >> of the seismic joints will be placed underneath the far side of that >> this is the last full bridge closure. >>vicki: in oakland, two more cragslist robbery's the last 24 hours. the first happened last night. a person robbed at gunpoint near 77th ave. today, a potential car buyer was robbed near 62nd street. to homes and concord were destroyed by a fire this morning. investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked the blaze. >>nichole: this was the scene just after 3:
were easier to find. >> early '60s set of map and more interesting to look at. >> this one is interesting, look at the cover. >> through his trips to every state and on ebay he has more maps than you can shove in a glove box. some possibly scribed by hand. >> we cut out letter by letter. >> >> look at a map like this going to the '20s. >> where he is still employed but not as a mapmaker. >> you can see the art. >> aaa outsourced production in 2008 because of the depend for paper maps was so low. since 2000 -- whoa! it is down 60%. they can't resent gps technology. it is great to get from point a to b but both wonder what you lose by not finding your own way. >> the computer doesn't know my wishes as well as i do, i guess. and the map lets you see the full picture. >> nothing like it. >> nbc bay area news. >> they have to keep a map in the car in case your battery dies on your gps or smartphone, right. >> you still need them. if you don't have access to the internet or the cell phone loses battery power you still want that paper map. let's deal with the electronic maps for n
where temperatures have dropped into the mid-40s. if you are planning out the rest of your day, starting out with a lot of clouds. visibility down to a quarter meal. but by noontime we will see warmer temperatures and more sunshine with numbers in the mid-60s in the inland valleys and take a look where we warm up inland, near 80 around the bay and 90 inland, staying the 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is backing off and the marine layer is quite compressed. be careful if you are traveling this morning, especially in the north bay. terry. >> thanks very much. this morning we begin with a special prayer vinal i will for a vittcally injured san jose firefighter. it will be heliat 4:00 this morning. this is in honor of 41-year-old veteran firefighter frank ryan who remains in intensive care. he collapsed while battling the fire at state patrick's cathedral. we have an update from the hospital. >>> more than 200 st. pat tricks cathedral parishioners crowded the gymnasium at the school to say mass. they have to worship here because the fire broke out and heavily damaged their church on east s
tiene que tratar así. >> más de 300 casas siguen con problemas, isaac provocó inundaciones, se espera que en illinois y missouri sigan las lluvias. >> poco a poco regresa la normalidad, y en el norte están evacuando a las personas por el posible rompimiento del dique. >> hay sectores que esperan con los brazos abiertos a isaac, pues tuvieron muchas sequias, se esperan 5 pulgadas, continuara la lluvia hasta el domingo. >> tras un largo periodo de vacas flacas, ahora los mercados comienzan a recuperarse. >> como nos explica jaime garcía. >> parece que por fin salió el sol para el mercado inmobiliario,tenemos 5 meses consecutivos donde nos dan a conocer recuperación. >> en phoenix nueva york, los Ángeles y las vegas el precio sigue igual. >> agentes de bienes raíces han visto un retorno para sus oficinas. >> esta es la primera vez que resulta un resurgimiento, desde hace 2 años que permitieron comprar sus primeras viviendas. >> también se contabilizó el caso de millones de personas. >> el acuerdo bancario puso fin a las prácticas de embargo abusiva, los bancos no sacan a la ve
" finally leaking out this morning. new details about the chaos in the moments before navy s.e.a.l.s ambushed an killed osama bin laden. >>> power less. hundreds of thousands still without power days after hurricane isaac ripped through the gulf coast as the army corps of engineers tried to figure out whether the levees in new orleans actually made the flooding outside the city worse. >>> and tom cruise's block bluster, "vanity fair" reporting this morning the church of scientology auditioned potential wives for tom cruise before katie holmes was in the picture. the startling claims about cruise and the church today, the startling claims about cruise and the church today, sunday, september 2nd, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. and welcome to "today." i'm lester holt. >> i'm jenna wolf. "no easy day" not out until tuesday, yet we're learning so much more about it. we've known the broad outline of the frenzied moments leading up to the raid. we haven been told the exact details. they're starting to come out. >> we're seeing excerpts from the book wr
weekend. how about upper 70s? a little bit better than yesterday, 60s for highs, but now there's signs out there that warning trends will kick in tomorrow. we're talking 90s in your forecast. we'll have a look at that when we come right back. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> the petaluma little league will be honored with a parade tomorrow afternoon and it will be a thrill for sure, but they are already riding high after rubbing elbows and playing catch with the oakland a's before the a's game friday night, here's the story of a night they'll probably never forget. >> reporter: on the field at the a's game the petaluma little leaguers get a standing ovation and the thrill of a lifetime, one-on-one time with the pros. >> because it's just awesome to meet the a's, pro baseball pla
. >> more than an incon seasons. it continue 0s to be dangerous for everybody. reporter: hundreds of thousands are without electricity in the sweltering southern summer. >> i have a generator now. bought it yesterday, which is better but still miserable. >> now we need the things that are not going to spoil in the refrigerator. >> you can sit eat in this new orleans restaurant but by candlelight. >> we don't have any power since tuesday night so we cooked the meat stuff, and we. reporter: thousands are stranded in shelters, wondering when they'll see their homes again. >> we evacuated monday and it's been really hard on us. >> one day at a time. take it like that. reporter: for others, home is just a memory. >> some people probably aren't going back because there's nothing to go back to. reporter: isaac shut down gulf refine riz that produce 10% of the nation's falls,ing a sell writing a spike in gas prices just in time to make your labor a little harder to pay for foe labor day drive. >>> in louisiana, this may -- scene after flood water unearthed caskets in a graveyard. isaac re
and coalition troops have brought u.s. training of afghanstan security forces to a halt. a string of attacks against american troops and their own soldiers are bringing about new procedures for screening new recruits. the u.s. special forces in afghanistan said the training will stand down for a month or two, allowing existing recruits to be re-evaluated to weed out any insurgents. last month a marine captain with family ties to the bay area was killed by an ambush by a security member of the afghan security forces in training. captain matt was on his fourth tour of duty when he was shot by an afghan place officer he was training. the decision affected about 1,000 current trainees. >>> in louisiana an evacuation order remains in effect after hurricane isaac. it's happening in a rural area near slidell. official believe a lock from a die version canal is going to fail and possibly flood hundreds of homes. area waterways are swollen because of the heavy rains from the hurricane. as abc news reports, the gulf coast could take a long time to get back to normal. >> even as a ghost of it's former
of the biggest hits of the 60s. deion warwick recorded many of them. david and bacarack won an oscar. hal david died from comply cases of a stroke -- complications of a stroke. >> a fire destroys two homes this morning. how the families were able to escape unharmed. >> they were going so far backwards. >> we're not better off, we're worse off. >> a war of words on the presidential campaign trail as president obama and mitt romney battle it out in battleground states. >> president obama's secret beer recipe is now public. where you find the once coveted formula. >>> firefighters say they are making progress in controlling a fire that's destroyed five homes and seven out buildings. still threatening homes and commercial properties tonight. it's 58% contained. 40,000 take aircraft acres have burned. >>> a fast moving fire consumed two houses in concord. it started early this morning. the victims were lucky to get out safely. >> reporter: from a block away you could see a tower of smoke blowing from the rooftops on this residential street. the fire started after 2:00 a.m. in the garage of the home
to come back on. >> more than an incon seasons. it continue 0s to be dangerous for everybody. reporter: hundreds of thousands are without electricity in the sweltering southern summer. >> i have a generator now. bought it yesterday, which is better but still miserable. >> now we need the things that are not going to spoil in the refrigerator. >> you can sit eat in this new orleans restaurant but by candlelight. >> we don't have any power since tuesday night so we cooked the meat stuff, and we. reporter: thousands are stranded in shelters, wondering when they'll see their homes again. >> we evacuated monday and it's been really hard on us. >> one day at a time. take it like that. reporter: for others, home is just a memory. >> some people probably aren't going back because there's nothing to go back to. reporter: isaac shut down gulf refine riz that produce 10% of the nation's falls,ing a sell writing a spike in gas prices just in time to make your labor a little harder to pay for foe labor day drive. >>> inouisiana, louisiana, this- scene after flood water unearthed caskets in a gravey
map, hal davis has died. david wrote lyrics for some of the biggest hits of the 60s. deion warwick recorded many of them. david and bacarack won an oscar. hal david died from comply cases of a stroke -- complications of a stroke. >> a fire destroys two homes this morning. how the families were able to escape unharmed. >> they were going so far backwards. >> we're not better off, we're worse off. >> a war of words on the presidential campaign trail as president obama and mitt romney battle it [ female announcer ] you want family dinner to be special. dad, we want pizza. you guys said tacos. [ female announcer ] it doesn't always work out that way. you know what? we're spending too much money on eating out anyway. honey, come look at this. [ female announcer ] my money map from wells fargo is a free online tool that helps you track your spending. so instead of having to deal with a tight budget, you could have a tighter family. ♪ wells fargo. together we'll go far. >>> firefighters say they are making progress in controlling a fire that's destroyed five homes and seven out building
to the mid-60s downtown with your full labor day forecast. we'll let you know how long the remanence of isaac will stick around. >> anything. >>> and a late word today that they died today at the age of 92. passing away in south korea from complications of pneumonia. matt jablo joins us with the washington connection. >> he was one of the most colorful and controversial figures. the man widely very career and including the founding of the unification church in 1954 and the washington times in 1982. nearly six years after they began, the unification church remains mostly for the weddings here that they presided over, during which thousands of brides and grooms wore nearly identical clothing. one of the people that wore it as they were often referred to it here. he was often seen at the mysterious fringe figures. over the years, however, the founding at the washington times with the conservative bent lent some legitimacy. though the conviction of tax fraud and his proclamation, it did not help his reputation or now his legacy. in a statement that the president of the washington times said, "rev
. fredericksburg, lower 80s. annapolis, you cooled down to 79. so still fairly warm out there. what can you expect tomorrow as you're waking up for your sunday? a mild start. temperatures bottoming out only in the 70s. a chance of showers late in the morning. by the afternoon, we'll see some scattered showers and thunderstorms. i'll talk more about those storm chances and how long isaac will affect us in this seven-day forecast. bruce, back to you. >> those storms are leaving some residents without power tonight. pepco, dominion power, bge are reporting a total of 10,000 customers without electricity. most of those are pepco customers in the district heights, palmer park and hill crest heights area of prince george's county. one moment, getting ready for a concert. the next, scores of people are ordered to move out as the storms move in. it all happened today at the maryland state fairgrounds as country music fans gathered for a concert. ken molestina here with those images. >> reporter: officials quickly escorted the crowds away. you'll recall last year a stage collapsed at the indiana state fair
at cbs s f dot com click on traffic. an early-morning fire destroyed two homes in concord the first one up in flames at 3:00 a.m. on margot drive to people in the home were able to get out the fire spread to the house next door, investigators believe no one was in the second home firefighters it met their response times slower than normal. >>> one of the stations close by was shut down we had to companies and reduce staffing there was a dilemma because the second engine can from a greater distance. >>> voters in contra costa county have a chance to weigh in on budget issues there is a means $75 per year parcel tax measure on the ballot. two people in critical condition after a gunfight in oakland it took place last night on 3600 block of brown avenue gun fire went back and forth until it stopped and parking lot of this kentucky fried chicken. a reminder that the dumbarton bridge closed the bridge remained shut down until 5:00 a.m. tuesday morning, the closure part of ongoing seismic retrofit project. a click on traffic page on cbs s f dot com. new jobs for americans that is the focus on
, value the seas s. grant the head of the army came back and got to into politics as a loyal republican. william perry harris then was a soldier here in ohio born in virginia. all three states claimed him but he was successful because he could adapt to the midwest. going into the 20th century with william howard taft, president of the united states, as cincinnati was a southern town and trade was with the south and home of the underground railroad. they can get at of kentucky and were safe and could be disbursed partying was from marion ohio, william mckinley elected president sell a bunch of ohio wins. james garfield you have presidents who came during this period after the civil war up through the 1920's pulling presidents from other parts of the country that tend to be more moderate. not ideologues that is still true statewide. attendance the to be more pragmatic and light -- less ideological. if you try to compete in the general election in helps to swing to the middle. but ohio generally is the average state. almost every demographic group is well represented here. catholic, fundam
and expected tos are overnight hours. temperatures will fall into the '60s it to middle seventies. for the bigexpect day holiday and the amount? full details coming in just a few minutes. >> thank you. it the founder of the church and owner of "washington times" has away in south korea. sun myung moon passed away due to complications of pneumonia. for his anti- stance. unification church has followers the world and gained many after decades ago holding mass weddings for people at a time. the waorf man charged in the death of a activist has struck a peace deal. -- struck a plea deal. the man's body was found in the washington, after missing a year ago. deal,hange for the plea dropped first three murder and kidnapping charges. a man now accused of a crime is same man that came at some notoriety credited for saving a life. we have that story you will only on 7. neighbors are adamant that not sound like a man they know so well. they held a get together to as a hero. he was lying on his side, his eyes facing up. this is the man who performed save a man's life. its the first time i had
believe we will be profitable in 201012? >> we aree still shooting r profitability in 20s well. -- 2012. you have to get to a certain skill in the airline industry, some of the benefitsrevenue side, or you risk being irrelevant and slowly withering away. we decided we will go for it and we will start making money. >> as part of that, there is talk about an ipo. you guys have a plan. some analysts are questioning if the virgin america will be here to stay. do you believe this is the airline of choice for people 10, 15, 20 years down the line? >> absolutely. number one, financials are strong. we have a strong balance sheet. the question of whether we will be or not really isn't a question in our mind. the second is that people are voting with their feet. we've not only had an impact on how people fly, but how our competitors are providing service. now you have everyone moving towards wi-fi video because the american people have said we should have better quality air service. we think we are on the front edge of that. >> cabin lighting and things are becoming a must-haves. how you going to
. dew point values running well in the 70s. we'll classify that as a tropical feel. that will be the case through the evening. 76 8:00. 11:00 it is 73 degrees. 70s waking up. low 80s for tomorrow afternoon. all about shower variety and heavy downpours over the southern portions of the state. out towards the west this is leftovers from isaac funneling in in our direction. we have a frontal system just south. here's where isaac will be set up over the lower ohio valley. this combination will bring a stormy scenario. it is not going to rain every hour of the day over the next three days, we'll see spotty showers and thunder. there is the timeline. we'll stop it at 7:00 in the morning. good downpour pointing south and d.c. 70s going into the low 80s tomorrow afternoon. spotty showers again. better shot of heavier weather coming in tuesday afternoon. this is southeast of ocean city several thousand miles. notice it is a slow mover moving northwest eventually trying to go towards the north. this looks to bring a cat two status by the end of this week. we mentioned this be
been sober 23 years and incarcerated in a lot of the 1980's -- [applause] >> thanks, listen, i hope some day we reach a point where that's not necessary to applaud for. i really do. 23 years sober means that i have run out of excuses to misbehave. that's all it means. i'm criminal by nature. i'm challenged by generically designed. i'm a comedian by trade. i love the effort that it takes to make this disease, alcoholism addiction co-dependency, the trifecta of dysfunction that comes from a family source that's really nothing to make fun of. i make a living during humor about a disease that kills more people than car accidents, cancer and war combined, over 92% of incarcerated individuals have a drug or alcohol history or a thread in their family. i'm one of those kids, oldest of five kids in a very dysfunctional family. a.d.d. in our house stood for all different dads. [laughter] >> normal people don't laugh at that at all. they don't laugh at that at all. i get a huge response from that from the people who are the affected, the afflicted, the convicted part. there are two groups of
, with temperatures falling into the 70's. the rest of the holiday weekend forecast and beyond, and if you like rain and like clouds you will be happy, over the next few days. >> all right, steve thank you. well the democratic national convention is about to kick off but first, what can you expend from charlotte? >> the election is just two months away. and they must now make an impression. last week, it was mitt romney having a time to shine. now, president obama is trying to see if he deserves another four years. >> president obama is now keying -- visiting key states in an effort to shore up support. >> we know we still have a lot of work to do to get to where we need to be but we will get there. >> charlotte, n.c., is where the democrats are hoping it will get done. one man says they must listen to the message that the obama economic message has failed this nation and slowed economic growth. >> when you have over 8% unemployment, you have to see. >> he says there are some on some economic accomplishments. >> financial reform, credit card reform. >> a white house adviser puts it this way. >> i th
to the university of maryland's byrd stadium as temps hit the mid-90s in college park. seven people were taken to the hospital, three sick from alcohol. we're told everybody should be okay. >>> new at 11:00, a clerk fights off a gunman during an apparent robbery but the clerk is shot during the struggle. it happened this evening at an exxon station in lower maryland. the clerk was shot in the arm during that fight. the gunman took off running. >>> we now know the identity of the woman whose body was found wednesday in beltsville, maryland. tonight police are still looking for her killer. prince george's county police say the body of 22-year-old ingrid martinez alvarez was found wednesday morning in the beltsville neighborhood park on montgomery road. investigators are not saying how the woman died. >>> call police if you have any information about this. you could be eligible for a $25,000 reward. >>> have you seen this woman? she's 34-year-old aster solomon gazizi. she was last seen getting into a cab in front of her home on houston avenue in silver springs on thursday. call police if you have
we need it now more than ever. chevron's putting more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. >>> the best thing that think he said was " worst date ever " >>> after a man and his date beaten by group of thugs a young woman came to their aid and possibly save the man's life. game on four presidential candidates they hit the trail and swing states and take swipes at each other. how technology will help voters get through the voting process faster >>> a group of people seen beating a couple in oakland no one tried to stop the attack or called 9 1 1 except for one person don knapp introduces us to the woman who help the victims >>> i was across the street when it happened >>> she's of violent act unfold and ran through traffic across broadway to help >>> it happened is here the girls went up against the wall >>> a man and woman hassled by a man selling cds the seller grab a woman's arm and she hit him he h
. >>> you are not happy and you're taking it out on the u.s. economy. i'm ali velshi. welcome to "your money." for starters, the u.s. economy is barely growing. this is about gdp. gross domestic product is important. it is the broadest measure of the value of everything we produce as an economy, and as those bars go up, we feel better. now this week we learned that in april, may and june the u.s. economy grew at a rate of just 1.7%. that means as an economy, we produced 1.7% more value than we did in the same period a year ago. that and $4 wi get you a cup of coffee because what that doesn't tell you or me is how americans are feeling about the economy and how your feeling decides whether or not this economy is going to get weaker or stronger. so i have compiled some numbers on the five economic indicators that have the greatest effect on you. think about this as the real feel of the economy. can you read about it in-depth in my column in the current issue of money magazine but i'm going to give you the cliffnotes right now. i've used government numbers from the past 30 years
bank, our retionship managers work hard s to understand the industry you operate in. working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise in a wide range of industries. what can we do for you? >> can unmanned drones be the future of policing? and where will that leave any chance of privacy? this week the drones which have transformed warfare and which could soon be used by ordinary people. >> unmanned drones, we can be watched in our -- on our own property and even in our own homes. >> and should science be used to reduce the risk of children being born disabled? we ask if it could possibly be making a respectful comeback. >> there are powerful moral reasons to enhance human beings and indeed human beings are self-improvers. >> from science fiction movies or perhaps as high tech weapons in the skies over iraq or afghanistan, but over the next decade the use of drone technology by ordinary people is set to increase, far sums are being spent on civilian drone projects and everything from police surveillance to amateur photography. in the
have started a program which means that u.s., china, and the far east. we have instituted programs, and i will tell you that all these things were done in a cooperative, bipartisan manner. the foreign relations committees in the senate and the house were taken in the full house, and don't let anyone tell you anything else. as i have said time and time again, foreign policy should be the policy of the whole nation and not a policy of one party or the other. partisanship should start at the edge, and i continue to preach that through this whole campaign. i'd like to say a word or two now about what i think the republican philosophy is. i speak from experience. the situation in 1932 was due to the policy of the republican party control of the government of the united states. the republican party, as i said a while ago, favored the privileged few and not the common, everyday man. ever since its inception, that party has been under the control of special privileged, and they concretely proved it in the 08's congress. they proved it by the things they did to the people and not for them.
already in harm's way overseas. and i'm harris falkner, we're live with the fox report tonight. the u.s. military, now, halting the training of some afghan forces after killers in uniforms turn their guns on our troops in a deadly attack. fox report journalists on the ground in kabul tonight. the new plan is to protect our fighters in the battlefield. and homes destroyed, livelihood's lost and feeling the fallout from isaac. >> and in minutes, the the first estimates of the storm's financial toll. and also, he hasn't exactly been through the desert on a horse with no name, but he did just complete an epic journey in the saddle across the usa. we begin tonight with a state of the economy. and the pivotal role its already playing in the 2012 election the. 42 months, how long the national unemployment rate has been above 8% and the national debt on the verge of a symbolic and hovering milestone, look at that, 16 trillion dollars. analysts estimating we could hit that huge number oddly enough on the same way the democratic national convention kicks off in charlotte. none of this of course g
of the sharp contrast between the two presidents. clinton oversaw a boom economy in the 1990's. this president has overseen 42 straight months of unemployment above 8%. the worst economic recovery since the great depression. as a result, president obama's in a dead heat with governor romney with just over two months before election day. our if he cans guest says democrats have long had an edge on the issue of medicare and the republicans have cowered in fear, but he says it's different this year. joining us is karl rove, senior advisor to president george w. bush, and carl, great to have you. i'm going to turn to this press conference, a pop in, impromptu press conference, is this the president just acknowledging the reality the fact that he was getting hammered, skinny, but tough, but not tough enough to take on the press corps. >> it's a check the box, i've been criticized for not showing up. i'll show up take four questions, 22 minutes and blow out of there and look, the white house press corps seems to be suffered from stockholm syndrome, and would you like to announce the republican in ca
. the u.s. is essentially sitting on the bench in the current space race. will that hurt it back here on earth? >>> also, the world's great historian of the middle east, bernard lewis, on the past and future on that part of the world. >>> but first, here's my take. so i thought i would take a step away from politics, the conventions and the campaigns and look around the world. you know, the other 95% of humanity. i wanted to focus in on a story that does not get enough attention -- africa. the imf says that six of the ten fastest growing economies in 2012 are in africa. over the past decade, according to the african development bank, the number of middle-class consumers in africa, those who spend between $2 and $20 a day, has expanded 60% to 313 million. that's about the same size as the middle classes in china and india. health is improving as well. according to the world bank, one key indicator, the death rate of children under 5, is dropping dramatically. over 5% a year in ten sub-saharan countries and over 8% in kenya, rwanda, and senegal. there are even bright spots in the reduct
in the 70s and that's why it feels just a little bit uncomfortable outside and no relief with the breeze out of the west-northwest at only three miles per hour. our high today made it up to 95 degrees. the 29th day this year at 95 or better at reagan national airport. and the 51st time that we've had 90 degrees plus days. it's been a hot long summer. things are finally going to start to cool down as we move through the next couple of days or so. take a look at our net work. 74 degrees in arlington look at 1.64 inches of rain so far today. 73 degrees right now. winchester now at 73 degrees. the cooler air off to the north of us. upper peninsula of michigan 60 degrees probably feels nice. compare that to the 70s even lower 8 os. this is left of isaac once a hurricane now going to slowly move towards the east over the next 48 hours ch going to ride a frontal system stalled just to the south of us. that lifts northward. will keep unsettled weather in our area not only tomorrow but monday, tuesday, wednesday. even into early thursday much needed rain on t
of hormuz, a herculean security task that rests on the shoulders of the u.s. navy's fifth fleet. what does it take to safeguard one of the world's most critical oil passages. melissa francis is live in bahrain with a special report and the answer to that question. >>> plus mideast tensions spike on new revelations iran is rapidly moving ahead with its nuclear program. have the odds of a u.s. navy attack soared with it. how will that impact oil prices? we'll get insight from former u.s. ambassadors to iraq, james jeffreys. >>> ben bernanke levels investors empty-handed announcing no new stimulus plan during his jackson hole speech but they expect they will do something big. will they act before the investment crisis enact as new inferno. we'll ask one of the biggestest players in local finance. he is live from jackson hole. even when they say it's not it is always about money adam: and a good afternoon to you. let's look at the day's market headlines. ben bernanke jackson hole speech leading to a whipsaw day for stocks the fed chairman announced no new firm plans for new stimulus but made c
and ida tarbell and upton sinclair i guess are the most famous many come forward to the 60's and now you see more of that kind of critical you know intellectual emergence in the american press. there's a market for stories that dig in and to give people like halberstam. >> guest: all the great investigative reporting teams he put together both for regional, national and international pieces. he was a real trendsetter that time toward looking at the big issues, not just the small ones and set the pace for really an awful lot of -- at the time. >> guest: it was not a widespread occupation. let's put it that way. "the new york times" basically did very little. you had a -- massacre. that would have been a logical place for it. a little news service and little papers around the country. >> host: . [inaudible] >> guest: no, that was -- seymour hersh but he was at the times wasn't he? >> guest: no. later he was. >> guest: the times was very late in coming to investigative reporting. >> host: why is it that we have so little investigative reporting today? is it because of the economic problems
've called in the u.s. corp of engineers. they are paying close attention to it. right now they believe they have stabilized the situation. they lifted that mandatory evacuation. right now it is a voluntary evacuation but we do know, fred, that where we're standing right now we could see some three feet of water. we know that this river right now is well above flood stage. flood stage is right around 60 feet. at last we check, it is 18 feet and should crest around 19.5 feet some time tomorrow. when you talk to the local out here there is no mandatory evacuation. that is a sigh of relief for a lot of people but they are still taking this very seriously. they are a's paying close attention to what happens. >> this river starts to rise. what is your plan? >> get out of here. go to my mother-in-law's. my mother's out of town. get away from the river. >> if it gets into the trailer. if we can just stay into the main trailer -- >> yeah. if it just gets in the yard and stuff -- >> we're not going to leave. >> only thing about it in the front of this neighborhood -- >> you can't get out -- >> w
do not wants to abandon this process of evaluating i.s.a. and and taking into consideration the proposal that has been put before the board. we wanted to explore the idea of having this brought back to the committee as a whole and we wanted it to coincide and now commissioner fewer is now gone but there is a resolution that is coming forward to be considered in the next committee meeting. we wanted to see if we can have that heard with this. there is a couple of things that are driving this. one which is being able to vote on this at the next board meeting because we need a response for the enrollment fair that is going to be coming about what i.s.a. is going to look like come the fall. we ask the staff to explore some of the questions that were brought up. last night to look at this more broadly and to really think about not only the proposal that was brought forward but what our intentions are for i.s.a. and how it connects to some of the -- just the larger picture of the school district. so our request is to have this heard at the next committee and again with the pressur
. >>> the micro brew of choice for >>> a welcome renovation project in d.c.'s petworth neighborhood. the safeway in the 3800 block of georgia avenue is going to be torn down to make way for a new residential and retail building. it's the latest in a series of high profile changes in the area. it's expected to be completed in 2014. safeway will be closed starting next saturday. >>> big changes to metro's smart trip cards took effect today. if you register your card online, can you link it to a credit or debit card. that will allow you to recharge your smart trip account automatically. riders will now be required to keep a minimum balance of $1.20 on the card. if you register your card within five days, metro will give you a $3 rebate. ♪ >>> you may not know his name, but you probably know his songs. songwriter hal david died today in los angeles from complications related to a stroke. david along with his partner wrote dozens of top hits during the 1960s. both were recently honored at the white house by president obama earlier this year for their contribution to the arts. hal david was 91. >>>
. parkton down to 71. far western 60's in maryland. satellite image shows the cluster of storms to the south. a lot more clout and a lot more rain back in ohio. there is a front that is stalled. a lot of waves moving along the front. a lot of moisture. a lot of tropical moisture to the south of it. the remnant of isaac out ot the west. all that will be moving along this front, which will be parked here all weekend long. dryer air to the north and the more tropical stuff to the south. our forecast overnight is cloudy with the scattered showers, maybe zero rumble of thunder. leaning more towards shower activity. 69-75, with an east-southeast wind. during the day tomorrow, scattered showers and thunderstorms. we will stress the scattered. it will not be raining all the time. there is a pretty good chance we will get rain at some point. 80-85 the high. not as warm tomorrow because of all the cloud cover. the bay, southeast wins 5-10 knots. the bay water temperature is right now are in the low 80's. that is pretty warm for this time of year. insta-weather futurecast shows the rain letting up. by
form form transportan in the u.s. >> reporter: but it could be safer. >> every day we're working to make it safer. every day. >> reporter: fasten your seat belts, if you can find them. a few words about bus safety later on sunday morning. >> osgood: then we move on to the black keys, whose music you may know best from any number of commercials. anthony mason this morning tracks their path from obscurity in ohio to center stage this the world of rock music. >> reporter: the black keys sold out madison square garden in 15 minutes. not bad for a couple of college dropouts from akron, ohio. did you figure coming out of akron you were a long shot. >> we felt like underdogs. reporter: even three grammies haven't changed them. >> everybody makes fun of us. reporter: but they just may be the hottest rock band in the country. the black keys later on sunday morning. >> osgood: you say you've always wanted to be in the movies. there's a place to go for that. it's call central casting, really. lee kon will be taking us there. >> reporter: of all the story book places in hollywood, few are qu
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